Vocal Hustler Nation Movement self_proclaimed spokesperson Dennis Itumbi is on the spot after allegedly spreading unconfirmed allegations of a plot to murder the Deputy President William Ruto. This according to information he had published on his blog and Twitter handle. The former Statehouse aide has been Sharing information on his social media handles on different matters facing the country. While numerous questions have emerged on who leaks informations to the digital Strategist, it seems the information he had shared about a scheme to execute the Deputy President William Ruto before the next election was just mere allegations and has failed to explain how the plot was to be carried out. According to an article shared by the Nation digital on Twitter, the Hustler Nation Movement spokesperson now faces arrest as Court confirms he has a case to answer.
The digital Strategist through the Hustler Nation Bureau (HNB) has been leaking information in on outside government.
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